Blockchain noticias 09.05.2018

Bloomberg lanza índice crypto

Bloomberg, junto ko ar galaxia Digital Capital Management LP, 'nar mpakuthuhu líder gestión ar activos digitales fundada ya Michael Novogratz, Nu'bya lanzó ar Galaxy Bloomberg Crypto índice.

Ar índice xí diseñado pa seguir ar rendimiento nu'u̲ mäs mña dätä, porción mäs líquida mercado cryptocurrency, da proporciona 'nar benchmarking transparente pa ya inversionistas cryptocurrency.

Michael Novogratz, CEO and Founder of Galaxy Digital Capital Management, bí mä, “The Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index brings unprecedented transparency to the crypto markets.


Winklevoss brothers file patent for settling crypto ETFs

The Winklevoss brothers have been awarded a patent that aims to settle exchange traded products (ETPs) holding cryptocurrencies.

The company outlined a system that can execute transactions for ETPs holding cryptocurrenciessuch as bitcoins.

ETPs, which include exchange-traded-funds (ETF), are a type of security whose prices are derived from other investment instruments they are tied to, ngu. cryptocurrencies.


Australian government allocates half a million USD to blockchain research fund

The Australian government has allocated AU $700,000 to its Digital Transformation Agency to explore blockchain applications within government services.

The budget document statesThe Government will provide $0.7 million in 2018-19 for the Digital Transformation Agency to investigate areas where blockchain technology could offer the most value for Government services.


China’s police file patent for storing evidence using blockchain

China’s Ministry of Public Security has developed a blockchain system aimed to more securely store evidence collected during police investigations.

Ar Ministerio ’ brazo nthoni s archivó 'nar patente pa ko basado blockchain marcas ne tiendas ya datos ar gui 'nar intento ar proveer 'nar nt'ot'e mäs transparente ne ntsa̲ manipulaciones ar deposición.


Colorado aprueba nu ar zu̲di blockchain pa ya registros ne ya ntsuni cibernética

Ar Senado ar Dähnini ar Colorado bi dädi hä 'nar ley da utilizaría ya tecnología blockchain pa almacenar registros gubernamentales ne mejorar ár ciberseguridad.

The bill requires all Colorado government offices to utilize blockchain encryption techniques in order to protect confidential records from unauthorized access or manipulation.

The bill states that blockchain offers many solutions regarding the finances andconnection of societyby securing and detailing transactions performed on the internet while maintaining a high degree of privacy.

 

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